Recently I noticed there are a few items in my kitchen that I can’t live without. This is a list of my favorite ordinary objects that we take for granted. From easy cleaning to easy gravy making, something for everyone.
Menu planning has greatly helped with the “what’s for dinner” problem I used to have. Every two weeks I plan out two weeks of meals and can easily make my shopping list. Use the following calendars to help with menu planning or anything else you want.
After buying a new camera and updating the site’s software, I’m back in the kitchen. Last year blogging had gotten frustrating when my pictures constantly looked fuzzy and ugly!
On top of that, it was a lot of work putting the recipes on the website. If I wanted to make a change, it was like doing cartwheels! Of course, if I *could* do cartwheels, I’d be so excited I would want to take pictures!! I’m not certain I could do a somersault. Although, I can definitely roll.
Chicken Noodle Casserole is the perfect comfort food on a cold day. It is a creamy noodle confection with a buttery, crunchy topping. Chicken Noodle Casserole makes a nice dish for a potluck. If you’re into freezer meals, prep an extra casserole in a freezable dish (seal well!). Just thaw and cook as directed.
These succulent pork chops are savory and filling. They taste delicious as they are or can be served with a condiment like barbecue sauce. Try adding warmed cream of mushroom soup on top for a rich, luscious meal.
Peperonata is an Italian mixture of sweet peppers, onions and garlic cooked in olive oil. Combined with grilled chicken on a crusty roll, it is a delicious sandwich that can be served for lunch or dinner.